In the Camargue, rather than a vineyard, we stayed at a stable just outside Saintes-Maries De-La-Mer. The stables were full of the white Camargue horses, which are everywhere and allow … Continue Reading →


Our stay in Arles saw us pitched on another vineyard just outside the town. Mas de Ray is a beautifully kept vineyard with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. We … Continue Reading →

St Remy de Provence

After a rather hectic few days and having not stayed on a campsite for a while we were very keen to find a somewhere we could put down roots and … Continue Reading →

Vines & Wines & Carcasonne

Whilst in France we had taken to staying to staying on Vineyards which are part of a scheme called France Passion. You can stay among the abundant vines for free, … Continue Reading →

Camping Domaine Saint Laurent

From Toulouse we spent a few nights in this stunning part of South France. The landscape is beautifully rural with golden patches of corn, darkening fields of ripening sun flowers … Continue Reading →


Moissac was our next stop and it was a long stop. It was where we would park the van and return to bricks and mortar and family life for three … Continue Reading →


We arrived in Cluny very late at night and not finding the camping park we spent the night in a car park near the centre. In the light of day … Continue Reading →


Our first destination in France was Ronchamps. This was on Graeme’s to see list for its 20th Century church designed by Le Corbusier. The church was close to the campsite … Continue Reading →


Having enjoyed our cycle to the Moselle we decided to move there for the next few days. Saying our goodbyes to Martin and Edith and the industrious workshops we headed … Continue Reading →

The Eifel Mountains

After one night on a very expensive site in Frankfurt where you even had to pay for a black plastic bin liner for your rubbish we headed to the Eifel … Continue Reading →